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Rio jump rivalries to resume in Shanghai

Olympic jump champions Derek Drouin and Jeff Henderson will face the men they beat to claim gold in Rio last August when they open...

Levins to double at national championships, takes on the 1500m and 5,000m distances

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See nationals discussion thread here. © Copyright - 2015 - Athletics Illustrated Like Nike Oregon Project teammate Mo Farah, Cameron Levins is known as a 5,000...

Ethiopia’s world cross sweep usurped by Uganda and their dominating performance in the men’s...

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© Copyright - 2019 - Athletics Illustrated The 2019 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place Saturday in Aarhus, Denmark reigning in a new era...

Hellen Obiri and Genzebe Dibaba win 10km and 5km races on New Year’s Eve...

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© Copyright - 2021 - Athletics Illustrated A pair of New Year's Eve races took place in Spain on Thursday and as usual, East Africans...

Continued Disgrace: More Russian Doping

© Copyright - 2015 - Athletics Illustrated In an embarrassing blow to Russian athletics “attempt” to clean up their sporting image, race-walker Tatyana Akulinushkina has...

“We will have to keep an eye on them” says AIU chief Howman of...

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From Inside the Games/Athletics Illustrated David Howman, chairman of the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU), has warned there will be increased vigilance on athletes associated with...

NEW ZEALAND’S MARY DAVIES CHASING RIO STANDARD AT SCOTIABANK TORONTO WATERFRONT MARATHON

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BY PAUL GAINS Three years ago Mary Davies’ victory at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon wasn’t so much a surprise as a shock to the...

Falmouth Classic winner Ben Flanagan, “The Feeling is Indescribable.”

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© Copyright - 2018 - Athletics Illustrated Ben Flanagan of Kitchener, ON is having the type of breakthrough year that many runners while away their...

World Marathon Majors – A pointless series

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© Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated The World Marathon Majors series is pointless and does not accomplish what it has set out to do....

The women’s 200 meters at the Prefontaine Classic is every sprint fan’s dream.

All three Olympic medalists from Rio are returning to Pre, where the eventual Olympic trio met for the first time last year in a...
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